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The Central and Eastern European region is undergoing a process of profound change in terms of its interconnected energy market dynamics.​ Inside this eBook, you will
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  • Interview with Andrea Miguez da Rocha, Business Development, Reganosa
Operating since 2007, Reganosa’s Mugardos terminal provides the system with a natural gas capacity of 3.6 bcm per year, which is around 14% of the Spanish natural gas demand.
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  • Contributed by: Danila Bochkarev, Senior Fellow, EastWest Institute
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article solely reflect the views of the author, not of his organisation. 
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  • Contributed by: Peter Poptchev, Consultant, Foreign Policy and Energy Analysis
The 2014 EU-wide stress tests established that a year-long Ukrainian transit shutdown does not result in any loss of load in most of the European continent, with the exception of some strongly affected countries in South Eastern Europe (SEE) – “a loss
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  • Contributed by: Hannah Burk, Director of Proprietary Natural Gas Products, Genscape
As an ideal transition fuel, natural gas is well positioned to help meet environmental goals worldwide.
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  • Contributed by: Hannah Burk, Director of Proprietary Natural Gas Products, Genscape
With over 60 thousand commercial vessels active around the world, the market for LNG bunkering is vast and largely untapped.
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  • Contributed by: Fernando Impuesto, General Manager, Enagás Emprende
With more than 45 years of experience operating integrated gas infrastructures, Enagás has adapted its facilities to an evolving and dynamic LNG market, switching from the traditional LNG terminal model (unloading, storage and regasification and LNG tr
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  • Interview with Doug Wood, Chairman of the Gas Committee, European Federation of Energy Traders
There has been continued progress in the development of European gas hubs in the past few years, however there are still some very important hurdles to overcome before Europe can have highly efficient and mature gas markets.
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  • Contributed by: Christophe Poillion, Secretary of the Board of Directors, GRTgaz
The French government has set an ambitious goal with the energy transition, aiming for carbon neutrality by 2050.
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  • Interview with Martin Houston, Executive Vice Chairman and Co-Founder , Tellurian
With the Driftwood LNG project underway, Tellurian’s vision to secure low-cost natural gas as well as deliver reliable and flexible LNG globally is fast becoming a reality.
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  • Interview with Guy Broggi, Senior LNG Advisor, Total SA
Natural gas production accounted for just a third of Total’s output ten years ago, however in 2016 it was recorded at over 48%.
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The 5th instalment of the Gastalk webinar series saw presenter Susan Sakmar, Author and visiting Law Professor at the University of Houston Law Centre and leading analyst Stephen O’Rourke, Research Director
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Throughout 2017, Europe is set to retain numerous gas supply options through traditional pipelines as well as LNG imports; absorbing a large proportion of the vast new LNG supply.
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  • Interview with Didier Holleaux, Group Executive Vice President, ENGIE
Global gas demand is expected to grow, with consumption reaching approximately 4,000 billion cubic meters by 2022.
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  • Interview with Mark Simons, Director, Energy Flux Limited
Having gained over 20 years of experience in the energy industry working for BP and BG Group, Mark Simons, Director of Energy Flux Limited talked with Gast
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  • Interview with Francisco P de la Flor, Director of Regulation, Enagás
Enagás is Spain’s leading natural gas transmission company, with around 12,000km of gas pipelines, three underground storage facilities and four regasification plants.
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  • Contributed by: Clyde Russell, Asia Commodities & Energy Columnist , Thomson Reuters
The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.
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  • Interview with Marcelino Oreja, CEO, Enagás
The LNG trade is changing to meet the evolving needs of buyers, including shorter-term and lower-volume contracts, and by 2021 the global gas market is expected to have 55% more LNG than in 2015.